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Senior Prom

Date: Friday, May 13, 2022
Location: Lake Pearl in Wrentham 
Time: 6:00 - 10:00 PM

Post prom will take place at HHS from 10:30pm - 2am.

Bus transportation provided:

  • From HHS to Lake Pearl (departure time TBD)

  • From Lake Pearl back to HHS

Event details subject to change

Class of 2022 Senior Prom/Post Prom Party

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


When and where is the prom?

Friday, May 13, 2022, 6:00pm – 10:00pm 

Lake Pearl in Wrentham, MA

See the prom ticket and info linked here


Will there be a half day at school that day?

Yes, we will have an early release schedule that day, which means a 12 PM dismissal. Students need to be in school in order to attend the prom for at least half the day (meaning from the beginning of the day at least until 10 AM). Students who are doing a senior project do not need to be in school that day.


Who can go to the prom?

Any HHS senior can go to the prom. They can go individually or bring one guest. Guests do not have to be a senior or a student at HHS. If your guest does not attend HHS, you need to get the guest approval form from the main office and bring it back at least one week before the prom (by May 6, 2022) at the latest in order for your guest to be able to attend with you. If your guest is not approved by that time, you will be refunded for their ticket. 

If your guest is an HHS graduate, you still need to fill out the guest approval form!


What do students wear to the prom?

Students generally wear tuxedos and gowns. Suits and shorter dresses are acceptable, as well, as long as the attire is formal!

Ms. Heather Smith has a collection of gently used and new prom dresses.  Please reach out to Ms. Smith at if you would like to set up a time to view and try on some dresses.

Tuxedos can be rented anywhere; however, Formalwear LTD. does come into the school, sizes the students, and delivers the tuxedos to the school the week of the prom. Company reps will be at school during lunches on 4/4, 4/5, 4/11 and 4/12.

Those renting tuxedos can even change out of the tuxedo at HHS after the prom and leave it there for pick up. 


Do students buy flowers for the prom?

Students do generally buy flowers for their guests (boutonnieres and wrist corsages are popular), and these can be purchased at any flower shop. This is completely optional and not a requirement.

Thanks to Ms. Smith’s fundraising efforts, she has funds available for people who would like financial assistance with the cost of prom-related items, such as hair and nails. She also has vouchers available for assistance with the cost of corsages and boutonnieres. She can be contacted at

How do students get to the prom?
Coach buses will transport all students and their guests to and from the prom. Students will be picked up and dropped off at the high school. Students should plan on arriving at HHS no later than 5 PM. Students will board the buses at 5:15 PM.  Buses will depart from Hopkinton High School promptly at 5:30 PM. The cost for this service is covered by prom ticket fees, the class account, and grant money. Bus assignments will match the venue table assignments, so everyone will get to be with their friends.

Is it required for students to ride the Coach buses to and from the prom?

Yes, any student attending the prom must be transported via the provided Coach buses. 


Will there be a professional photographer at the prom to take formal pictures?

Typically, students gather at friends’ homes to take photos before meeting at HHS for the buses. They may also want to take photos with friends and classmates when they arrive at HHS at 5:00 PM, before boarding Coach buses at 5:15 PM. 

Although no staged formal pictures will be taken at the prom, Ms. Christine Strickland, an HHS parent and local photographer, will be at the prom to take pictures throughout the night. Ms. Strickland will be taking candid and requested photos at Lake Pearl throughout the event.  She has kindly offered to make these photos available in digital format for all, and they will be available for individual purchase, as well. There will also be a photobooth available at the venue during the event from 7:00 to 10:00 PM!


Do we eat dinner at prom?

Yes, dinner will be served at prom – we will be having a buffet style dinner. There will be a welcome display of breads & spreads, cheeses, and fruits and a salad station, as well as an unlimited soda bar available all night. The Class of 2022 voted on the dinner options. Based on popular vote, dinner buffet options will include:

  • Fried chicken tenders with honey mustard & BBQ sauce

  • Marinated beef tips

  • Cheese ravioli with pomodoro sauce

  • Waffle cut fries

  • Broccoli

There will also be a dessert display of cookies and brownies, as well as caffeinated/decaffeinated coffee and tea available after dinner.

Vegan, gluten-free, Kosher, or allergy-friendly plated meals will be available upon request! Students should indicate whether or not they have dietary needs that will require a separate, plated dinner on the prom table registration form below and it will be arranged with the venue.


Students will be able to sign up for their own prom dinner tables at the venue. Tables can fit up to 10 people. One member of each table should fill out this prom table registration form, which includes allergy info/dietary needs of each table member, by Friday, April 15th, 2022. Advisors will aim to place students on Coach buses with their table groups, as well.

Students do not have to sign up for tables in groups of 10 – they can sign up on their own, with one other person, or with a group smaller than 10, and the class advisors will place everyone at a table of 10.


Further questions?

Please direct questions regarding the Prom to the Class Advisors:
Samantha Breen (

Jay Golden (
Please direct questions regarding the Post Prom Party to: 


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110 Grill
AAA Framingham
Blue Square Pizza
Cabinet Gallery
Chesmore Funeral Home
EL Harvey
Elliot Eye Doctors
Herb Connolly Acura
Hopkinton Moms Group
Hopkinton Womens Club
Hopkinton Living Magazine
Liv Salon
McIntyre Loam
Panera Bread
PR Running
Scott's Landscaping
Sunnyside Gardens
TD Bank - Milford
The Vin Bin
The Lagasse Group
The Muffin House
Webster First Federal Credit Union

An Important Note Regarding Financial Assistance From Senior and Junior Class Advisors:

Hello Students and Families,

There are some exciting student events coming up this spring, and we hope you are looking forward to a little return to normalcy...we know we are!!!


We know that some of these events are very expensive, and we would like to make you aware of resources to help.


First, if you need financial assistance with the cost of event tickets, please reach out to one of your class advisors.  


Second, Ms. Smith, a parent and community member, has been working to raise funds and secure free services for students related to the upcoming Junior and Senior Proms.  Some examples of items that could be funded include flowers/corsages, hair and make-up, and tux rentals.  


Also, Ms. Smith is working to collect gently used prom dresses, so please let us know if you would be interested in exploring this option.  


Please know that we will handle all requests discreetly.  We hope that this will be helpful as we all plan for these events.


Please let us know if you have any questions.


Samantha Breen - Senior Class Advisor

Jay Golden - Senior Class Advisor

Dee King - Junior Class Advisor

Cheryl Elder - Junior Class Advisor